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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Rachel Evans - 
 Article Title :: Bringing Up Bright And Happy Children With Autism
Ask any parent and they’ll tell you that parenting a child is the most difficult task they’ve ever encountered. They’ll also tell you it’s the most rewarding. Parenting a child with autism, however, can be a little more stressful. It can also be just as rewarding. The key to bringing up bright and happy children with Autism is to love and nurture them, as you would any child. Once your child has been diagnosed with autism, you may at first go through a typical sort of panic mode. One of the first things you may want to do is set up counseling for yourself to help you deal with any negative feelings you are having about your child. This can help you in this overwhelming t  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Carrie Lauth - 
 Article Title :: Help! My Breastfed Baby Spits Up Frequently
Q: My breastfed baby spits up frequently. Is there something I'm eating that could be causing this? Could it be reflux? Or is this normal? A: If your baby is spitting up, even if it's a frequent occurrence, it's rarely a sign of a serious problem. In fact, "In a healthy baby," according to the late Dr. Gregory White, previously a medical advisor to La Leche League, "spitting up is a laundry problem, not a medical problem." If your baby is gaining weight properly and otherwise developing normally, you probably have nothing to worry about, and likely the problem will lesson and eventually go away by the time baby is a year old. Still, it can be disconcerting if your n  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Luellen Smiley 
 Article Title :: Meyer Lansky, the Legend
I was 26 years old, working for a real estate investment company in Los Angeles, and answering to my father's every request. I was sent to Miami to report on the Carriage House, one of the apartment high-rises our company owned. My father said as long as I was in Miami I should meet his good friend Meyer, whom he referred to as Guy. Milton is my boss. Teddy is Meyer’s wife: The Carriage House on Collins Avenue was miserably neglected. It was worn around the edges, the paint peeling, the carpet frayed, and the glass windows smudged with dirt. The lobby was the centerfold of action; women dressed in bathing wraps and high-heeled sandals, and men in melon, and lime colored suits. There wa  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Brent Shields - 
 Article Title :: Six Ideas To Help You Discipline Your Kid
Got a kid? Love him or her? Of course you do. So when he or she misbehaves on a consistent basis, what's the best way to administer discipline? Well, as you may be aware, there is a wide range of thought on this subject. One school of thought teaches essentially hand's off, and says, the little darlings are very intelligent, so let them figure it all out on their own. No punishment or reward systems. Still another extreme says that the Singapore model of "caning" people for littering is a good one. Most of us find ourselves in between these two nutty positions...and the word "nutty" is being charitable. If you don't think so, then stop reading. You're a lost cause a  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: John G. Thomas 
 Article Title :: Internet Safety Tips for Parents
For today’s kids, the Internet chat room has become the 21st century equivalent of the shopping mall or other popular hangout. The most popular, MySpace.com, claims over 50 million users. Parents should be aware that these virtual meeting places are also where pedophiles "troll" for new victims. And they’re very clever too.As a part of the pedophile’s "grooming" process, the child gets messages that flatter and compliment them. Unknown to you, the pedophile slowly becomes an important part of your child's life by boosting their self-esteem. As the pedophile casually turns to the subject of sex, the "right" answers yield praise and the wrong replies produce silence. Even  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kelly Nault 
 Article Title :: Parenting an Angry Kid: The Secret to Getting the Respect You Deserve
Parenting Question I have a parenting question regarding the challenges I have with a strong willed child. The challenge we have is with our 12 year old. When corrected she will argue her point of view until the bitter end. Our point is never taken into account and it usually ends in a long drawn out yelling match. If you don't agree with her point of view, she doesn't feel heard nor understood and then becomes defensive and does not even listen to our side. We say black, she says white. My parenting question is how can we prevent family yelling matches and resolve issues with control and authority? Sincerely, Penny - One Tired Step Mom Po  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Alexandra Golon 
 Article Title :: Using Visual-Spatial Strenghts to Learn New Material
I talk to a lot of teachers about how they can best reach the visual-spatial learners in their classes, those who think in images and see the whole picture, not in words or step-by-step. Many of these teachers tell me that they try to incorporate visual tricks so their students can master the material that must be memorized. But, there are things you can do, as a parent, to help your visual-spatial student make learning permanent, as well. Here are some examples.Take the information your children must memorize and have them create a silly story with it. I once met an incredibly dynamic teacher and conference presenter named Jon Pearson (www.createlearning.com) who taught the 13 col  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Alexandra Golon 
 Article Title :: Maintaining Harmony at Home
There’s no doubt about it, life with visual-spatial learners (or what I call “topsy-turvy kids”) particularly if you are an auditory-sequential parent, can be challenging. They have no sense of time, so you’re generally late getting out the door. Their organizational skills are lacking, or at best questionable, so you feel as though you are living in a giant collection of STUFF all of the time. They tend to become easily distracted, so chores and homework assignments are often not completed according to a teacher’s or parent’s time schedule, which can result in significant tension. So, how do you maintain harmony?Housekeeping--it’s not just a job, it’s an adventure  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Alexandra Golon 
 Article Title :: Teaching Reading to Visual-Spatial Learners
Visual-spatial learners (VSLs) are our artists, inventors, builders, creators, musicians, computer gurus, visionaries and healers. They are empathic and, often, very spiritually aware, even when very young. These children have powerful right hemispheres and learn in multi-dimensional images, while most schools, most teachers and most curricula are a haven for left-hemispheric thinking, or auditory-sequential learners; children who think and learn in words, rather than images, and in a step-by-step fashion. Though visual-spatial students are often very bright, they don’t always find success in academic environments.Those who favor the right hemisphere of their brains, kids I refer  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Alexandra Golon 
 Article Title :: Organizational Skills for Visual-Spatial Learners
Most, if not all, visual-spatial learners (VSLs) are accused of being hopelessly unorganized. However, it has been my experience that these right-hemispheric learners (think “absent-minded professors”) truly can find a needle in a haystack. My son, Matt, for example, whose room on any given day may look as though multiple tornadoes have hit, never ceases to amaze me in his ability to locate just the perfect LEGOTM piece he was searching for.It is important to note in the illustration above that, as long as each person is capable of finding precisely what he or she needs, in a reasonable amount of time, neither one’s method of organization is better than the other’s. This is  (read full article)
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